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ID number:713025
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Published: 23.02.2017.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 21 units
References: Not used
Time period viewed: 2015.g. - 2016.g.
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Introduction    3
1.  What is Ethics?    4
1.1.  Ethics and Business    6
1.2.  Ethics and Tourism    7
2.  Communication    8
2.1.  Intercultural Communication    8
2.2.  Communication and High-context and Low-context Culture Styles    10
2.3.  Dimensions of national culture    11
2.4.  Intercultural Communication and Tourism    13
3.  Summary about Intercultural Communication and Ethic    13
  Conclusions    15
Extract

Conclusions
1. There are many definitions of “what is ethics” but the best way how to describe this word would be - rules of behaviour based on ideas about what is morally good and bad
2. Ethics is called “a branch of philosophy that involves systematizing, defending and recommending concepts of right and wrong conduct, often addressing disputes of moral diversity
3. To each person words ethics and ethical can have a different meaning, the views many people have about ethics are unstable
4. In the world there is not common ethical principles because of different cultures, societies, values and so on
5. Ethic is important not only in daily life but also in business and especially in tourism
6. Ethical communication encompasses being honest in all communications, keeping confidential information confidential, and not discussing the personal or business situations of others in public or in front of a third party
7. Intercultural communication is a part of ethic
8. If we want to communicate in ethical way, we have to be concerned about differences in cultures and respect these differences
9. There are different theories of ethics, communications, cultures, cross-cultural communications but anyway there is still many questions when is not “right” or “wrong” or “good” and “bad” , there is just different opinions
10. We have to treat people of other cultures with the same respect and dignity that they would like to receive
11. Culture reflects the moral values and ethical norms governing how people should behave and interact with others, which is why ethic and communication can’t be distinguish
12. Theory is useful for deeper understanding and knowledge but practical skills is also needed to communicate effective and in ethical way with a different culture representatives

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